Parnell Square Cultural Quarter, City Library Report, May 2015. Image © Dublin City Council

PSCQ Project Update

Parnell Square Cultural Quarter project sponsor, Brendan Kenny, Assistant Chief Executive, Dublin City Council, presented a project update report to the Council’s Arts, Culture, Recreation and Community Strategic Policy Committee meeting on 11th May 2015. The Parnell Square City Library report is now available to…

READ ARTICLE > May 27th 2015
Parnell Square North. Image copyright Dublin City Council (Photographer Greg Dunn)


Grafton Architects + Shaffrey Associates Architects has been selected as the preferred Design Team to deliver on the ambitious functional and design brief set for the project. This follows a process to select an outstanding architect-led multi-disciplinary design team, capable of providing all the architectural,…

READ ARTICLE > October 23rd 2014
Web Awards 2014 Finalist

Web Awards 2014

We’re delighted to be finalists in the Web Awards 2014! Parnell Square Cultural Quarter website is nominated for an award in the Arts Website category. Thanks to everyone for their good wishes and best of luck to all the finalists on Awards Night on…

READ ARTICLE > October 6th 2014
Parnell Square Reflection. Image copyright Dublin City Council (Photographer Greg Dunn)

Design Team Selected

Design Team selected for Parnell Square Cultural Quarter Redevelopment Dublin City Council and the Parnell Square Foundation are pleased to announce, that Grafton Architects + Shaffrey Associates, has been selected as the preferred Design Team to deliver on an ambitious design brief set for the…

READ ARTICLE > July 18th 2014
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